14. Jimmy Garoppolo
Fair or unfair, the pressure is mounting on Garoppolo to step it up in San Francisco. A lot of this stems from Garoppolo missing his throw to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. There are also a lot of questions about his ability under pressure.
However, to be fair, a knee injury did hamper him against the Packers, and he was still recovering. Furthermore, Garoppolo finished the 2019 season with 3,978 passing yards, 27 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions. Will 2020 be a defining year for the polarizing player?